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Account of William Campbell

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Document Information
Date April 21, 1792
Author Name Joseph Howell (primary)
Recipient Name Auditor (primary)
Summary Statement by the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding the account of William Campbell, for services in the Hospital Department; addressed to the Auditor of the Treasury.
Document Format Document Signed
Document Notes Addressed to the Auditor of the Treasury
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; George Reed; Auditor; William Campbell; Hospital Department; clerk; storekeeper; Colonel Carrington; John Hamilton; ;
Related Places Treasury; Office of Army Accounts;
Keywords services; pay; cash; medicines; stores; clothing; treasury notes; ;
Key Phrases [not available]

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[No] 161 April 21st 1792
Accot Wm Campbell
for services &c in Hospital Department

April 21st 1792
Accot Wm Campbell
for services &c in Hospital Department
D The United States in Accot currt with Wm Campbell clk & storekeeper to the Hospital Cr.

| || Do || [Ct?]
| For his pay from [undecipherable] January 1792 to 17th decem. following a 40 Dollars a month || 162 || 60
| For cash expended by him for necessary stores, medicines [undecipherable] & his qualification amot [undecipherable] Dollar || 10 || 79
| By Col. Carrington for sundry articles recd in [1787?] [undecipherable] Equal to || 16 || 56
| By John Hamilton [undecipherable] for sundry articles of clothing reissued || 39 || 27
| By cash in Treasury notes || 80 || "
| By balance to be certified on interest from 1 January 1783 || 337 || 56

The above account is taken from a statement made by George Reed Esq. [undecipherable] of Army Acct - except the charge of no 79/90 Dollars expended for necessary Stores, medicines [undecipherable], the property of admitting which is submitted - April 21st 1792
Joseph Howell
The [strikethrough] Auditor of the Treasury